Phishing Attack Demonstrates Complex Attacks Against People Are On The Rise

A newly-detected Gmail phishing attack sees criminals hack and then rifle through inboxes to target account owners’ contacts with thoroughly convincing fake emails. The new attack uses the file names of sent attachments and applies that name into new attachments that appear to be PDFs but are actually images that, when clicked, send victims to phishing pages. IT security experts from DomainTools, Lieberman Software, ESET, Agari and Proofpoint discuss below.

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